Wednesday, February 29, 2012
I have always loved this song as it is one of the greatest psychedelic tunes ever penned (by Gerry Goffin and Carole King) and recorded in my opinion. The Monkees were in a constant struggle to break the mold of their Bubble Gum pop beginnings and this film, Head, was a direct if not bizarre byproduct of that struggle.
The Monkees - The Porpoise Song (the main theme for "Head")
My, my the clock in the sky is pounding away
There's so much to say
A face, a voice, an overdub has no choice
And it cannot rejoice
Wanting to be, to hear and to see
Crying to the sky
But the porpoise is laughing good-bye, good-bye
good-bye, good-bye, good-bye
Good Bye Davey...
The incomparably lovely and incredible wordsmith Ann Magnuson and the talented Mark Kramer of Bongwater left this behind as a great mark of Bongwater's brilliant but seldom noticed career.
...and you will know us by the trail of dead - The Porpoise Song (live)
Polyphonic Spree - Porpoise Song
Thanks to Jon F. for posting this on Facebook
Pixies- Monkey Gone To Heaven
Killing Joke- Requiem
and now this...Thanks Schatzie for this one.
Monday, February 27, 2012
Friday, February 24, 2012
Thursday, February 23, 2012
Jim White - If Jesus Drove a Motor-Home
Mark Lanegan Band - The Gravedigger's Song
Babybird (Feat. Johnny Depp) - Jesus Stag Night Club
Spaceman 3 - Walking with Jesus
Temple of the Dog - Wooden Jesus
Giant Sand - (Well) Dusted (for the Millenium)
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Liquid Visions - Morning Rain
Weird Owl - White Hidden Fire
Massive Attack - Aftersun (feat. Dot Allison)
Portishead - Silence
The Myrrors - Warpainting
Dead Meadow - Me and the Devil Blues
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